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An advocate small business says that Labour's plan to extend a loan scheme misses the mark.
The plan, announced yesterday at the Labour congress, would extend the progamme which offers small and… Audio
Thousands of temporary residents are fighting to keep their jobs with their visas set to expire en masse.
Anyone in the country with an expired work, student, visitor, limited or interim visa, with… Audio
Business leaders are wanting to see more from Labour in the lead up to the election on top of its promise to extend interest free loans to small businesses.
Labour held its election year congress in… Audio
Thirteen was an unlucky number for Rocket lab after it's thirteenth launch effort went massively awry.
It is still unclear why the rocket carrying seven satellites was lost four minutes after take… Audio
News from the business sector, including a market report. Audio
A brief update from the business sector. Audio
Andrew McRae tells us the business news and what's going on with the money markets. Your Kiwi dollar is worth 64.32 US cents 94.11 Australian cents 52.3 British Pence 57.71 Euros 70.22 Japanese yen… Audio
Pubs, restaurants, hairdressers and other businesses have opened for the first in months as England took its biggest steps yet towards resumption of normal life after the coronavirus lockdown.
Auckland Council wants to delay its capital valuation process for homes.
For months Australia has felt optimistic about containing Covid-19, but a resurgence of the virus in Melbourne has put those efforts at a critical stage.
Top Energy's long-running battle to build a $40 million power line from Kerikeri to Kaitaia has reached the Court of Appeal.
A te ao Māori answer to Airbnb looks set to provide marae with a constant revenue stream.
It's open for women aged 15 to 18, and will run online from July 11 to July 20. Audio
RNZ has been warned by lawyers acting for the 36th America's Cup organisation about an injunction to media company NZME.
How two multi-millionaires, two pandemic futurists, Air NZ's former boss, a dairy executive on a break, a retired anaesthetist (and a few others) nearly saved New Zealand Audio
Despite a record rise of almost 55,000 cases nationwide, US President Donald Trump says all is well in the battle against Covid-19 and the economy is moving again.
Banks are battered by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Andrew McRae has business. Audio
A brief update of movements in the financial sector. Audio